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 Review :: Richard III
Boston, MA

Review :: Richard III

By Clinton Campbell | Jul 30
Shakespeare in the Park is a wonderful Boston tradition and "Richard III" is a show that illustrates just how relevant Shakespeare can still be. But audiences may find that this year is more about the tradition and less about the show.

 Review :: 	Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Boston, MA

Review :: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

By Will Demers | Jul 30
This production of "Joseph" is woven with peace, love and flower power and you won't want to miss any of it.

Tickets On Sale to New Season of Afterglow @ OBERON
Boston, MA

Tickets On Sale to New Season of Afterglow @ OBERON

Jul 27
American Repertory Theater at Harvard University (A.R.T.) announced that tickets are now on sale for performances of the upcoming season of Afterglow @ OBERON.

A Play About Straight White Men on Broadway Makes History

A Play About Straight White Men on Broadway Makes History

By John Carucci | Jul 24
The play that just opened at the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway may have a cast dominated by white men but history has been made behind the scenes.

PYTA in the House! :: Theater Offensive's Evelyn Francis Talks Queer Youth Theater's Boston Conference

PYTA in the House! :: Theater Offensive's Evelyn Francis Talks Queer Youth Theater's Boston Conference

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 20
Boston's Theater Offensive hosts the ninth Pride Youth Theater Alliance conference. EDGE hears about PYTA, and the stories LGBTQ youth need to tell nationwide, from TTO Director of Programs - and PYTA cofounder - Evelyn Francis.

 Review :: Peter Pan
Boston, MA

Review :: Peter Pan

By Wickham Boyle | Jul 17
As with much of this production, less would have been so much more. However, it was a treat to listen to this glorious, usually forgotten Bernstein score and to hear the words of J.M. Barrie.

Union Opens Probe Into Veteran Broadway Actor's Suicide

Union Opens Probe Into Veteran Broadway Actor's Suicide

By Michael R. Sisak | Jul 17
A Broadway union is investigating a veteran actor's suicide, which happened about a week after his friends say he was subjected to a grueling, demoralizing rehearsal.

 Review :: Constellations
Boston, MA

Review :: Constellations

By Joe Siegel | Jul 16
"Constellations" may be confusing to those looking for a linear storyline but anyone who wants to be challenged on an intellectual level will find the experience satisfying.

The Summer of Our Discontent? :: Talking 'Richard III' with Faran Tahir
Boston, MA

The Summer of Our Discontent? :: Talking 'Richard III' with Faran Tahir

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 13
EDGE chats with Faran Tahir, who returns to Boston to star in "Richard III." Tahir talks about the role, the state of the world then and now, and his too-brief sojourn into a visionary future.

 Review :: Disney's Aladdin
Boston, MA

Review :: Disney's Aladdin

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 12
Broadway in Boston brings the smash musical "Aladdin" to the Boston Opera House through August 5. It's a sizzling spectacle that will thrill everyone - even diehard fans of the original animated film.

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